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Jan 11,2008
INDIANAPOLIS - Speaking by phone with reporters here Wednesday, LaDainian Tomlinson referred several times to the Colts as "the champs." Funny, but that's something you'll never hear from the champs themselves. "The one thing that we've never really talked about is being defending champs," said quarterback Peyton Manning, who will lead Indianapolis against the Chargers in Sunday's AFC divisional playoff game at the RCA Dome. Manning Wednesday said coach Tony Dungy and club President Bill ... [full story]
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Jan 11,2008
I was reminded of one of my favorite America's Cup lines last week when the Dakar Rally was canceled just days before the start of the 30th edition of motor racing's greatest annual odyssey. As the French boat labored in San Diego in 1992, I asked former French skipper Bruno Trouble what had gone wrong with the French challenge. "Well," said Trouble, "it's because we are French." 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: Verdana">Which might explain why the French-based ... [full story]
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Jan 04,2008
Rich Gossage was a pitcher by profession and a gunslinger by disposition. The Goose was malice aforethought with a bushy mustache, a merciless scowl and a ferocious fastball, a stylistic throwback to a baseball era when hitters crowded the plate at their own peril. "He didn't want to pitch around you," Jerry Coleman said Tuesday. "He wanted to throw the ball right through home plate and through you. He was that kind of guy. He's ... [full story]
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Jan 04,2008
With Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, the world's top two ranked players, extending their vacations, the winners-only Mercedes Championship opened the 2008 PGA Tour season.   TIGER ON THE PROWL? - More than any other year in his professional career, Woods seems destined to do what no other player of the modern era has done -- win all four majors in one calendar year. CNS Photo by K.C. Alfred. A look at some critical questions going into ... [full story]
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Jan 04,2008
  Consistent chipping is a result of consistent contact. It happens when you allow the club to do the work instead of trying to help the ball into the air …  [full story]
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Jan 04,2008
Q: I am an online player wanting to transition into live play. I am worried about my tells. How can I prepare to play live without risking money?   SHAWN RICE - UltimateBet Internet pro Shawn Rice spends his time traveling for tournaments and playing online. Rice has won thousands online and continues to impress live with cashes totaling more than $330,000. CNS Photo. - Twitching in Tennessee A: Joe Navarro is an FBI profiler and if ... [full story]
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Dec 28,2007
Welcome to the James Stewart era of Supercross. With seven-time series champion Jeremy McGrath and five-time champ Ricky Carmichael permanently retired, the 22-year-old Stewart goes into Saturday night's season opener in Anaheim, Calif., as the rider du jour. Which means Stewart already is being compared with the gods of the sport, although he has just one Supercross title to his credit. One of the first questions posed to Stewart during a recent conference call was: ... [full story]
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Dec 28,2007
Professional sports once recognized what could be termed "the code." It was not written out, but it was observed. It was this: That out of fairness to all teams involved in a championship competition, any team opposing one of them shall extend itself to the fullest. A noble concept. Sadly, it has been largely forgotten, nowhere more than in the NFL, in which for most franchises advancing to what I think of as "The Show," ... [full story]
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Dec 28,2007
  The rhythm, timing and tempo of your putting stroke do not change according to the length of your putt …  [full story]
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Dec 28,2007
Q: I find myself struggling with how to play aces in early position. Every time I raise three times the blinds, it looks strong and everyone folds. Every time I limp I don't get raised and too many people get to see the flop. What should I do? Is a min-raise effective?   SHAWN RICE - UltimateBet Internet pro Shawn Rice spends his time traveling for tournaments and playing online. Rice has won thousands online and ... [full story]
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Dec 14,2007
On New Year's Eve 2002, San Francisco Bay Area businessman Gary Cavalli gave the college football world just what it needed - or maybe not. He introduced another new postseason bowl game, this one called the San Francisco Bowl, to be played at AT&T Park.   BOWLING FOR DOLLARS - As bowl revenues and net assets have increased, so have the paychecks for the bowl bosses. CNS Photo Illustration. It didn't go so well at first. The ... [full story]
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Dec 14,2007
Guaranteed to happen: Some computer geek will get one of those things humming and will have it project how a game between the unbeaten 1972 Miami Dolphins and the current New England Patriots, not yet all-victorious but just wait awhile, would come out. Computer skills, I must admit, are a mystery to me, but I do have my memory. I saw a good bit of those Dolphins. The Patriots would outscore them, I have to ... [full story]
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Dec 14,2007
In the spirit of "any golf gift is better than the best pair of socks," we offer this shopping guide, with the hope that this year in golf brings you better scores, better friendships and only a pinch of insanity. COOL STUFF   GIFTS FOR THE GOLFER - Whether it's a 'Life is Good' shirt, a football head cover or a box of birdie balls - a practice ball that mimics the flight of a golf ... [full story]
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